Sarah is a coastal geomorphologist specialising in estuary processes and evolution. She completed her PhD at Melbourne University in 2016 looking at entrance processes in estuaries which intermittently close to the ocean. Sarah has recently joined the School of Geography in 2017 from the University of Queensland and is working as a lecturer. While in Queensland, Sarah’s research focused on estuary infill and evolution (Moreton Bay) as well as shoreline response to wave conditions. Her current work looks at beach and estuarine response to change in both contemporary processes and long term climatic variability.